Going Glass, Part 1

Can airplane owners flying behind round, ‘steam’ instruments find greater reliability and capability by replacing their instruments with a video screen?

Editor’s Note: This is the first in an occasional series of articles exploring the details and considerations of replacing conventional mechanical flight instruments with their electronic counterparts aboard a typical piston-powered personal airplane. While the series will necessarily involve comparing products, it also will evaluate the implications for operations and safety. My personal airplane is […]
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